IN THE NEWS:
SWEET HOME MONTEVERDE June 2020
“History and chronology, naturally, play an important role in how the film is organized, but this exquisite editing is something to celebrate.”
ACCOLADE MERIT AWARD June 7, 2020
Robin Truesdale of Two Hands Films has won a prestigious Award of Merit from The Accolade Global Film Competition.
BOULDER MAGAZINE June 2019
Louisville Filmmaker Discovers Her Own Definition of Success
CUBA’S FORGOTTEN JEWELS: A HAVEN IN HAVANA
Film press page with a list of publications and film coverage.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-Impact Docs Award July 26, 2017
“Filmmaking Co-directors Robin Truesdale and Judy Kreith have won a prestigious Award of Merit: Documentary Feature from The Impact DOCS Awards Competition…”
SHOW ME JUSTICE FILM FESTIVAL BLOG
The Show Me Justice Film Festival’s guest blogger series continues with a post by filmmaker Robin Truesdale focusing on the three activist nuns at the heart of the documentary Conviction.
ALUMNI INTERVIEW – University of Colorado
Robin, a CU School of Journalism alum (BS ’87, MA ’03), was interviewed about her career as a video professional.
FILMMAKER BRINGS ZIMBABWE TO BOULDER – Boulder Daily Camera
At age 21, Tatenda Muchiriri founded the Machapro Boys Club in his home village in Zimbabwe, with the goal of changing the way African men view and treat women.
FIVE QUESTIONS FOR ROBIN TRUESDALE – Boulder Daily Camera
In 2009, Robin Truesdale and Bonnie Carol co-curated the Zimbabwe Art Show in Boulder as part of ZimFest, an annual traveling festival that celebrates the culture, music, art and people of Zimbabwe.
AFRICA A SENSORY TREAT – Denver Post
This seven-member group sings and performs on Zimbabwean marimbas — instruments that are similar to large wooden xylophones — along with hand drums, gourd rattles and a Western drum set. At each performance, they expect audience members to get involved.